Raising strong girls

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Wed 17 January 2018

18 mins

The ripple effects of the Harvey Weinstein scandal in Hollywood are still being felt around the world. Where these stories make you angry as a woman, they can make you even fiercer as a Mum of girls.

How do we protect our girls, and how do we help bring them up to be strong? Chyloe Kurdas was instrumental in setting up the Australian Football League for Women, and she has a few ideas on how we can prepare our girls for the world around them.

 For more on Chyloe’s business Own Journey Travel check out their website

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